The last few months have been extremely busy. My head has been all over the place and my capsule wardrobe is getting zero attention or love. To get back in the swing of things, I thought I’ll write a monthly update for both June and July.
It’s a been quiet around here the last couple of months and that is because I’ve been moving house! That is exactly why I have been a bit off track goal wise, so starting June I’ve decided to be more focused. As a reminder, at the beginning of the year I wrote a blog post all about my goals in my quest of becoming a minimalist.
I’m starting off 2017 fresh and focused and set a few goals for myself. I want to do a monthly update to keep myself on track and hopefully motivate some of you to stay focused too! If you want to read more about my goals and I wrote a blog post all about them called my minimalism goals for 2017.
Cabo Espichel, Portugal
I’m never really one to make New Year’s Resolutions or define clear goals, but as I’m getting older and my life is vanishing before my eyes (being a bit dramatic here), I want to live life to the fullest!
Lately I have been thinking a lot about investing my time into things I really care about. I feel people nowadays feel more busy than they used to. Although we have these great tools that make our lives easier, we’re all getting busier and busier. And this feeling doesn’t limit itself to the workforce alone, my parents (who are retired) experience the same level of activity.
I guess we’re all well aware of the time we spend on social media, watching the latest talent show or endless beauty videos on YouTube. But if time is important to you, it is definitely worth to evaluate if you need certain apps in your life. However we do have access to some really interesting apps to help you save time and downsize nowadays. Here are my favourite minimalistic apps:
Some of you have been following me on Instagram, it’s such any easy way to update. So please go follow me if you haven’t already! instagram.com/archivesstyle.